How do we bridge the global infrastructure gap?

By on 02/07/2019 | Updated on 04/02/2022
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All around the world – national, regional and local governments make decisions that serve the public and play a critical role in building and maintaining these important and substantial infrastructure investments. The outcomes of those decisions will affect us today and into the future.

ACCA, the global body for professional accountants, has produced a new thought leadership report with CPA Canada that sets out two methods for quantifying the size and nature of the infrastructure gap. The report establishes the key barriers to meeting infrastructure need and shows how public finance professionals are essential in improving outcomes in project selection, financing and delivery. The report offers 20 recommendations for governments, accountants and professional bodies, based on observed good practice and calls for accountants to be brought to the centre of decision making in government.

    ACCA - How accountants can bridge the global infrastructure gap

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    1. Frankringer says:

      Thanks for your guidelines

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